Less annoying than Jurassic Park or The Lost World: Jurassic Park, this 2001 sequel isn’t terribly frightening or gory, and at times it’s even atmospheric. It also has a sense of humor: Tea Leoni’s moony reaction shots intentionally send up the glossy idealism of the original. She and William H. Macy play an estranged couple who reunite to search for their 14-year-old son, last seen parasailing off an island near Costa Rica where some cloning experiments have been all too successful. The details of the boy’s adventure before his parents arrive with paleontologist Sam Neill in tow aren’t shown, but they might have been more interesting than the drama that follows. Joe Johnston directed.